Sega pumps up the bass

by: Randy -
More On: Sega Bass Fishing
With the last generation of online games getting subscribers all excited about in-game fishing, I think it's only a matter of time before we see a Sega Bass Fishing MMO.  Until then, Sega Bass Fishing is a single-player experience for the Wii, available now.  Get ready for 20 different lures, four different types of freshwater bass, four seasons to fish in, 24 hours a day to start in, and 15 lakes to fish in.



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SAN FRANCISCO & LONDON (February 4, 2008) – SEGA® of America, Inc. and SEGA® Europe Ltd today announced that SEGA Bass Fishing™ for the Wii™ has been released to manufacture. Developed exclusively for the Nintendo Wii, SEGA Bass Fishing is the latest addition to one of the most successful fishing game franchises of all time and is scheduled for release on February 26, 2008.


SEGA Bass Fishing is back and better than ever, returning with all-new intuitive controls utilizing the Wii Remote™ and Nunchuk™. With over 20 different types of lures to choose from, gamers can cast off using the Wii Remote to try to land one of four different types of freshwater bass. SEGA Bass Fishing also offers gamers the freedom to select time-of-day and season during play which impacts the activity of the fish, as well as their appetite and their depth. When players hook a big one, they can use the motion sensor to reel it in. Featuring 15 beautifully designed lake environments, SEGA Bass Fishing has four fun-filled game modes including Arcade, Tournament, Practice and Nature Trip.


SEGA Bass Fishing is rated “E for Everyone” by the ESRB and is available in stores throughout North America for $29.95.  For more information on SEGA Bass Fishing, please visit our FTP at:


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